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In another part of the ancient Near East, the royalty created paradise gardens as the palaces of Assyria and Babylon. Some kings created extensive parks destined for fauna, not so much for the conservation or protection of the species, but to hunt. The hanging gardens of Babylon, are considered the most famous gardens, in antiquity already enjoying great popularity. These gardens were one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Per legend, were created by the King of Babilonia Nabucodonosor (604-562 BC) for his wife Amyitis, who sighed by the wooded mountains of his homeland. In the early 20th century, the German archaeologist Robert Koldewey, believed to have identified the foundations of this structure. A few more recent archaeological studies have identified a zone to the North of the Royal Palace where, in large irrigated terraces, is they could have planted trees and flowers. This area is bounded by the walls of the Palace.

The image of the biblical Garden of Eden, is an earthly or heavenly, paradise to which humans aspire as a resting place. In the Bible, Eden is a place of innocence, in which people could speak with God. When the tree of science opened our eyes to the reality of our condition, we learned that we must work for a living, disease, evil, poverty and death stalks the world. All these studies show us that today we are prepared to recognize the garden of Eden only exists in our souls. In the section health you will find quality items checked for the care of the body, the mind, the spirit and your personal development; In addition to other sections such as: sports, entertainment, computing, painting, languages and more.

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